What is more worthy to be called to write about? Isn't this our great commission, to share the gospel throughout the world? What better way to do this than to write about it on the world wide web? Blogging to evangelize is one sure way to reach people, but yet it must be done fairly and well; not in a forceful manner that is dogmatic and intrusive on others. Christ was and still is the gentle lamb of God with a still, small voice that beacons with love and peace. Sewing the seeds of faith is what we as believers are best at doing and how God usually chooses to use us best in the lives of others. Allowing Him to write through you can be the hard part. And this is the part I refer to as the writer's anointing.
Instead of us always stepping in the way and asking God to please bless what we are doing for Him, we should be stepping aside and joining in with what He is already doing. This requires us to be quiet, still, patient, and sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Yet, with all the hustle and bustle of this world to meet deadlines for various publications or to get that final edited version done and resubmitted, we find ourselves stressed, rushed, and rarely in a state of mind to receive much of anything from God. All these things only serve to steal away our creativity. In order to flow within God's plan, we will have to learn to say no a lot more than we say yes, and to prioritize our to do list. We will have to learn that we only need to do what God requires of us at the time and not what man desires of us.
This is the only way a Christian writer can stay in tune with what God is wanting to accomplish, and how He wants to work through you. For about this subject, you can download a FREE ebook titled "The Writer's Anointing," which is also available on Smashwords.com and Amazon.com. Click on the link below: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/123839